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Bush administration wants cut in protection for spotted owl

By Robert McClure
Seattle Post Intelligencer

The Bush administration proposed Tuesday to reduce by one-fifth the Pacific Northwest acreage protected as “critical habitat” for the spotted owl, arguing that the reductions will “maximize the efficiency” of blocks of land set aside for the imperiled bird.  Read more…

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